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STSURVIMPUTE: Stata module for flexible imputation of censored survival data


  • Patrick Royston

    () (MRC Clinical Trials Unit)


stsurvimpute singly imputes censored observation-times using a parametric survival model. Available basic parametric models are Weibull, log-logistic and lognormal; also supported are Royston-Parmar flexible parametric models, implemented by stpm2. Variables in varlist constitute a prognostic model that is used for predicting individual imputed survival times. Such a model should make the imputations more accurate than using only the overall distribution.

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  • Patrick Royston, 2011. "STSURVIMPUTE: Stata module for flexible imputation of censored survival data," Statistical Software Components S457225, Boston College Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:bocode:s457225
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